I’m a little late on the draw with a mother’s day post, but I still wanted to share this beautiful quote, shared with me by my mother in one of her beautiful collages creations. Happy Mother’s day, moms!
Pardon the quiet around here–I’ll be back to my regular posting schedule as soon as I recover from a long week. I helped coordinate a simply breathtaking wedding, went on a mother’s day bike ride, and, well, my house looks like I was gone five out of the last seven days. Which I was. I’ll be back after I’ve cleaned my bedroom. 🙂
Mary Beth|Cupcakes and Crinoline says
I’m a new subscriber…I found your lovely blog through twitter and Allume.
Have a blessed, lovely weekend! hugs, mb @ cupcakes and crinoline
I am so glad to meet you by way of miss G. of the Little Pink House. I watched your book video today… we have a lot in common. As a high raw vegan I know all about (& love) easy, healthy, at-home foods. And our wood cookstove does a wonder for yogurt and proofing dough and what-not.
AND that collage is neato-mosquito (actually, I detest mosquitos so someone should come up with a better saying). That collage is finer than frog’s hair (there, that’s better).
Happy belated Ma’s Day.
Gorgeous collage, great quote! I want one :). So pretty!
I love it! And how very true.
Janelle-A Story of Grace says
That is just so incredibly lovely!
That is a beautiful quote, Trina!
Deb Weaver says
Beautiful collage. Beautiful, life-affirming message.
I was slow on the draw with my own Mother’s Day post (just got it up there today) but it was because it was hard to write.
Hope this week holds a bit more rest for you!
Deb, I hoped over and read your post. Oh, my! I can see why it was hard to write, but I’m sure glad you did. You are a gifted writer. Thank you for sharing.
Deb Weaver says
Thank you for popping over to read it! It was hard, but I’m so glad I did. As a new subscriber, I’m looking forward to more of your blogs!